- FEATURE: Fish out of Water
- GUEST OPINION: Playing Safe
- MUSIC BOX: Potter Plunges into Pop
- GET OUT: Wimpy Triumph
- CREATIVE PEAKS: Of Clay We are Created
- REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Pilsner, Pickups and Potato Chips
- WELL, THAT HAPPENED: Trading the Hole for the Unknown
- FEATURE: Labor Pains
- MUSIX BOX: Wild for John Wayne’s World
- CREATIVE PEAKS: Stage Savoir-Faire
Primary election results
Planet JH here at election result headquarters waiting on first precincts to come in:
Candidates listed in order of votes received.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Paul Vogelheim moves on.
Paul Perry moves on.
Reynolds Pomeroy moves on.
Mark Obringer is out.**
Noteworthy: Vogelheim no surprise to dominate the field. Perry strong as well. Pomeroy barely edges Obringer by 1 vote. **Mandatory recount has been called for in this race.
Mark Newcomb moves on.
Smokey Rhea moves on.
Ben Ellis moves on.
Hank Phibbs is out.
Noteworthy: Incumbent backlash bites Phibbs and nips at Ellis’ heels. Newcomb blows away the field. Rhea impressive in a comfortable second place finish.
Sara Flitner moves on.
Mark Nowlin moves on.
Geneva Chong is out.
Stephen McDonald is out.
Noteworthy: Nowlin made it much closer than we anticipated. Chong not a factor. McDonald was fun while he was around.
HOUSE DISTRICT 23
Jim Darwiche moves on.
Wally Ulrich is out.
Noteworthy: Darwiche cruised.
Brent Blue moves on.
Dave Hodges is out.
Noteworthy: Comfortable victory for the Doc.
Andy Cavallaro moves on.
Dee Buckstaff is out.
Noteworthy: Cavallaro won easily.
Five of the six SPET ballot items passed. The proposal to fund a new exhibit hall for the fairgrounds for $1.5 million and transform the old building into a maintenance headquarters for Teton County Parks and Rec was struck down.